Directions: You are required to match statements from columns 1 and 2 and find which of the following pairs of statement make sense meaningfully and grammatically.
1

Column (1)   Column (2)
(A) The real solution that will help is to replace all or most subsidiesa    (D) its role as the driving force of nature.
(B) Ancient civilisations revered water, acknowledging   (E) that is to be dealing with immediately.
(C) The drug menace in Punjab is an issue    (F) with income support to farmers, directly transferred to their accounts.
» Explain it
C
Checking A-D:

The real solution that will help is to replace all or most subsidies its role as the driving force of nature.

The sentence doesn't make any sense. The pair A-D is hence invalid.

Checking A-F:

The real solution that will help is to replace all or most subsidies with income support to farmers, directly transferred to their accounts.

The above sentence is correct both grammatically and contextually.

Checking B-D:

Ancient civilisations revered water, acknowledging its role as the driving force of nature.

The above sentence too is correct both grammatically and contextually.

Checking C-E:

The drug menace in Punjab is an issue that is to be dealing with immediately.

The above sentence is incorrect. Instead of 'dealing with', 'dealt with' would have been correct here. Hence, pair C-D is invalid. 

Option C is hence the correct answer.
 
2

Column (1)   Column (2)
(A) The staff should be encouraged to use inexpensive reusable   (D)
needs a digital makeover.
 
(B) State owned educational facilities   (E)
condition arising due to over-dependency on technology.
(C) Digital dementia is a real mental   (F)
plastic bags when possible and refuse plastic in most cases.
» Explain it
C
Checking B-D:

State owned educational facilities needs a digital makeover.

Here, the plural subject ‘facilities’ should be followed by the plural verb ‘need’ instead of singular ‘needs’. The pair B-D is hence invalid.

Checking C-E:

Digital dementia is a real mental condition arising due to over-dependency on technology.

The above sentence is correct both grammatically and contextually.

Checking A-F:

The staff should be encouraged to use inexpensive reusable plastic bags when possible and refuse plastic in most cases.

The above sentence too is correct both grammatically and contextually. Hence, the pair A-F is valid.

Option C is hence the correct answer.
3

Column (1)   Column (2)
(A) Zonal councils provide common meeting ground for states to facilitate   (D)
in consuming recklessly and in giving back to nature.
(B) The decision will make ocean energy eligible for   (E)
co-ordinated efforts for fostering economic and social development.
(C) They are ignorant of the fact that happiness can be found not   (F)
meeting the non-solar Renewable Purchase Obligations.
» Explain it
D
Checking C-D:

They are ignorant of the fact that happiness can be found not in consuming recklessly and in giving back to nature.

The sentence is grammatically incorrect. The conjunction ‘but’ should have been used instead of ‘and’ in order to make the sentence correct.

Checking A-E:

Zonal councils provide common meeting ground for states to facilitate co-ordinated efforts for fostering economic and social development.

The above sentence is correct both grammatically and contextually.

Checking B-F:

The decision will make ocean energy eligible for meeting the non-solar Renewable Purchase Obligations.

The above sentence is correct both grammatically and contextually.

Option D is hence the correct answer.
 
4

Column (1)   Column (2)
(A) Bankruptcy courts must cooperate for speedy completion   (D)
contributions in the field of population and medical genomics.
(B) Despite this compulsive consumerism, most of the   (E)
in corporate insolvency resolution processes.
(C) Thangaraj was given this fellowship for his outstanding   (F)
continue to feel hollow, meaningless and unhappy.
» Explain it
D
Checking B-F:

Despite this compulsive consumerism, most of them continue to feel hollow, meaningless and unhappy.

The above sentence is correct both grammatically and contextually.

Checking A-E:

Bankruptcy courts must cooperate for speedy completion in corporate insolvency resolution processes.

The above sentence is grammatically incorrect. The preposition ‘of’ should have been used after the word ‘completion’ instead of ‘in’.

Checking C-D:

Thangaraj was given this fellowship for his outstanding contributions in the field of population and medical genomics.

The above sentence too is correct both grammatically and contextually.

Option D is hence the correct answer.

 
5

Column (1)   Column (2)
(A)
UDAY Express is a specially-designed double decker air conditioned train
  (D)
without consent and also will have to limit itself to approved routes.
(B)
AWHO will now facilitate acquisition of homes from reputed
  (E)
with chair car coaches primarily allocated to routes with heavy passenger traffic.
(C) The expedition team is not allowed to take any photos of any installations   (F)
and travel abroad without permission from a male guardian.
» Explain it
C
Checking A-D:

UDAY Express is a specially-designed double decker air conditioned train and travel abroad without permission from a male guardian.

The above sentence does not make any sense and is incorrect.

Checking C-D:

The expedition team is not allowed to take any photos of any installations without consent and also will have to limit itself to approved routes.

The above sentence is correct both grammatically and contextually.

Checking A-E:

UDAY Express is a specially-designed double decker air conditioned train with chair car coaches primarily allocated to routes with heavy passenger traffic.

The above sentence too is correct both grammatically and contextually.

Checking B-F:

AWHO will now facilitate acquisition of homes from reputed and travel abroad without permission from a male guardian.

The above sentence does not make any sense and is incorrect.

Option C is hence the correct answer.

 
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